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"“You are now going to die to sin,” Robertson told Richards beforehand. “You’re going to be buried — the old you — and the new one will come forth. God will seal you with his spirit and you will be guaranteed to be raised from the dead one day and live forever. Good news, you know?”"

Wow. So that's what immersionists believe.


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John UK wrote:
Thus Catholics, Orthodox, Baptists, JW's Mormons, Hindus, Islamists, Sikhs, Baha'is, Methodists, Anglicans, Lutherans, Krishnas, TM's, Family of Love, Moonies et al, MUST DIE!
Read Calvin's sermons that Observer linked to and you will discover that even members of your own family have to be given over to judgement if they err in the faith. We are not even to let our natural emotions get in the way of what he deemed God's just judgement on heretics.

Natural outcome I guess of a theocratic church/state view!


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CAS wrote:
I didn't until recently realize how extensive execution was in that day for alleged heresy- which included believers baptism....
I read the link Observer provided. Durrant says of Calvin,

"He argued, if we believe in the inspiration of the Bible, then we know the truth, and all who oppose it are enemies and blasphemers of God. Since their offense is immeasurably greater than any other crime, the civil authority must punish heretics as worse than murderers; for murder merely kills the body, while heresy accepted damns the soul to everlasting hell. (This was precisely the Catholic position.) Moreover, God Himself has explicitly instructed us to kill heretics, to smite with the sword any city that abandons the worship of the true faith revealed by Him. Calvin quoted the ferocious decrees of Deut. 13:5-15, 17:2-5; Exod. 22.20 and Lev. 24:16, and argued from them with truly burning eloquence: "Whoever shall maintain that wrong is done to heretics and blasphemers in punishing them makes himself an accomplice in their crime.. There is no question here of man's authority; it is God who speaks, and it is clear what law He would have kept in the Church even to the end of the world...."

Eye opening!


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Interesting sermon, I never knew these facts, while I studied a lot about WO2. Maybe because Germany is my neighbor country and happily The Netherlands never came under communism. God bless

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Mike wrote:
Reprobate is not a term you hear me apply, for I find it meaningless, seeing as how imo no one is predestined to damnation.
Amyraldianism?

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'the birth of Christ as the reason for the season'

Hmmmmmmmmm

Here is a challenge:

A. W. Pink
Christ mass

The above link is indeed a challenge as is the sermon below by Ivan Foster.

Is there a right way to celebrate Christmas?


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Jim Lincoln wrote:
singing "Oh, Holy Night."
'Led by the light of faith serenely beaming,
With glowing hearts by His cradle we stand.
O'er the world a star is sweetly gleaming,
Now come the wisemen from out of the Orient land.
The King of kings lay thus lowly manger;
In all our trials born to be our friends.

The lyrics seem a bit ambiguous as though the wisemen are visiting the manger?

Even worse note how O'Holy Night was fashioned: In 1847, a French Catholic Priest commissioned a Christmas poem from local winemaker Placide Cappeau de Roquemaure, who later left the Catholic church and became a socialist?

Is that true?

Also we need to remember: Jesus is not a baby. He is the risen and exalted King of Heaven and Earth. He was a baby, but is not anymore. Therefore we cannot worship "baby Jesus." Any attempt to do so would be to erect a false deity based on Jesus when he was a baby. This is exactly what many of the Carols associated with Christmas/Nativity call us to do ("Come and worship, worship Christ the newborn King").


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If there are 66 books are in the Protestant Bible, why are there 73 books in the Gold Standard, the AV, and all 73 of these books are "Appointed to be read in churches"? If these 73 books were self-authenticating in A.D. 1611, why wouldn't they be today? Perhaps you can address this in another broadcast. Thank you!

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John UK wrote:
What gets me is that they don't seem to be able to discern believers from unbelievers. I wonder what evangelist Philip would have said to that ridiculous argument? "Er ... I won't baptise you ... er, I don't know if you believe or not."
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Act 8:12-13 "But when they believed Philip preaching the things concerning the kingdom of God, and the name of Jesus Christ, they were baptized, both men and women. (13) Then Simon himself believed also: and when he was baptized, he continued with Philip, and wondered, beholding the miracles and signs which were done."

John Gill's commentary:

"Then Simon himself believed also,.... With an historical and temporary faith, as that Jesus was the Messiah, &c. or at least he pretended, to believe this, and professed that he did believe"

"and when he was baptized; upon profession of his faith, which he so artfully made, that Philip could not discover his hypocrisy: but taking him to be a sincere believer, admitted him to baptism: after which,"

"he continued with Philip; kept close to him, and got into a familiar acquaintance with him; and constantly attended on his ministry, as if he had been a sincere disciple and follower of Christ:"


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Give a girl the Pill and promise of effective penicillin and she'll be so sexually-infected in a few months, that no antibiotics could ever exterminate her superbugs.

Isn't it about time the medical industry told her the truth?


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Daniel Michael wrote:
I would still like to know why people are not putting children to death...
They are. It's called abortifacients and abortion. Before birth it's perfectly okay. 120 million in the U.S. alone to date.

After birth, be prepared to spend the rest of your days in prison.


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"A person's a person, no matter how small."
-Dr. Seuss (1954)

It's laughable that a state would need to vote on this universal truth.

Perhaps a black individual or a Jew is not a person. Shall Mississippi voters amend their constitution accordingly?

Didn't the 19th and 20th c. teach the world anything about "personhood"?


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elaros wrote:
GOD SAID...
"11 Let the woman learn in silence with all subjection.
12 But I suffer not a woman to teach, nor to usurp authority over the man, but to be in silence.
13 For Adam was first formed, then Eve.
14 And Adam was not deceived, but the woman being deceived was in the transgression."
* "[Women are to] learn in silence."
* "[Women are to be in] all subjection [to men]."
* "I [do not allow] a woman to teach [a man]."
* "[I do not allow a woman] to usurp authority over the man."
* "And Adam was not deceived, but the woman being deceived was in the transgression."

How does your denomination explain these verses to lost female executives?


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dc wrote:
Deut. 29:29 "The secret things belong unto the LORD our God: but those things which are revealed belong unto us and to our children for ever, that we may do all the words of this law."
From that text I conclude the Scripture is sufficient, to instruct God's covenant people and their posterity in those doctrine necessary, for their better understanding of all that is written. NT Scripture teaches that foundational apostolic/prophetic teaching or doctrine, where Christ is the Head of the corner is usually communicated through Christ's gifts to His body the Church. Prophetic Scripture and History indicates that means is not as fruit bearing at certain periods of Church history.
That said; God does execute His decrees in the works of creation and providence so that all men are without excuse Romans 1:20
My thoughts and yours?
Thank you. You and John UK did deal with that point. I'm afraid what John said was true. After you guys posted, the thread went right back to the same old discussion as before.

Thanks though for your awareness and insights. It shows that there are a few left on these threads that are able to think objectivley.


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I realize this is an older thread, but I thought I might want to add something to it.

It took a while to look through all the posts. Many of the 200 plust comments were informative, but, it seems that no one touched on a very important consideration. It was found in the Title of the article: "PHYSICS" Ends the Free Will Debate "???"

It seems no one delt with the question; Is it the role of Physics, or of Special Revelation, to solve such questions?

Just thought I would bring that up, for what it may be worth.


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John UK wrote:
translators were aware of what "pas" means
"pas" - All:

"radically means "all." Used without the article it means "every," every kind or variety. So the RV marg. in Eph 2:21, "every building," and the text in Eph 3:15, "every family," and the RV marg. of Act 2:36, "every house;" or it may signify "the highest degree," the maximum of what is referred to, as, "with all boldness" Act 4:29. Before proper names of countries, cities and nations, and before collective terms, like "Israel," it signifies either "all" or "the whole," e.g., Mat 2:3; Act 2:36. Used with the article, it means the whole of one object. In the plural it signifies "the totality of the persons or things referred to." Used without a noun it virtually becomes a pronoun, meaning "everyone" or "anyone." In the plural with a noun it means "all." One form of the neuter plural (panta) signifies "wholly, together, in all ways, in all things," Act 20:35; 1Cr 9:25. The neuter plural without the article signifies "all things severally," e.g., Jhn 1:3; 1Cr 2:10; preceded by the article it denotes "all things," as constituting a whole, e.g., Rom 11:36; 1Cr 8:6; Eph 3:9.
See EVERY, Note (1), WHOLE."
(Vines)


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Hmmm...so the scoffers think they have explained the plaques, what about the Israelites who were so close to the plagues yet remained untouched, by all plagues! And what is God's reaction to their scoffing? "He sits in the heavens and laughs!"

Psalm 2
Why are the nations in an uproar
And the peoples devising a vain thing?
2 The kings of the earth take their stand
And the rulers take counsel together
Against the LORD and against His Anointed, saying,
3 “Let us tear their fetters apart
And cast away their cords from us!”
4 He who sits in the heavens laughs,
The Lord scoffs at them.


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Michael, can you please name these ecumenical reformed churches that persecute and the form of persecution they use? thanks

Yes I am another interested in such a charge-if a Reformed church is 'ecumenical' then it ceases to be a Reformed church.

Read the Baptist 1689 Confession and the WCF on the Pope.


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Honesty wrote:
2 Peter 2:1
"But there were false prophets also among the people, even as there shall be false teachers among you, who privily shall bring in damnable heresies, even DENYING THE LORD THAT BOUGHT THEM, and bring upon themselves swift destruction"
In what sense did the Lord buy (redeem) them?
“Now, this verse poses no problem if you understand two things. First, the word ‘Lord’ in the phrase ‘the Lord that bought them’ is the Greek word despotes. Which speaks of sovereign Master and Lord. It’s strong emphasis on the, on the strength of God’s sovereignty and Lordship…However, this Greek word despotes, is almost never used in the New Testament to speak of Christ. It usually is an expression that applies to the Father. When it speaks of Christ as Lord usually the Greek text uses the word kurios. Now if these false teachers were Jewish false teachers, as it appears they were, than this might even be a reference to an Old Testament passage. Peter may have been paraphrasing Deuteronomy 32:5-6 “…Is He not thy Father that hath bought thee?” And in that verse, that Old Testament verse, “thy Father that hath bought thee” plainly refers to the nation’s temporal deliverance from Egypt..."

http://www.biblebb.com/files/MAC/SC03-1027.htm


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I see my point about King David "a man after God's own heart" who had multiple wives was ignored. Of course, it was, because nobody who is familiar with the Bible would call David a man living in continual sin, yet we know he had multiple wives (and children by those multiple wives, lest someone think these marriages were consummated.)

I don't see anyone arguing that polygamy is "wise". I think the Bible is clear that polygamy is not "wise" or "ideal", but it is adding to the Bible to call polygamy sin. The Bible is clear about what is sin, and polygamy isn't it. The New Test itself says that whatever isn't forbidden is allowed--although not all things are wise.

According to God, not all unwise things are sin, even if some of you would like to make them sin. Myself, I will try to live wisely, but I won't sin by adding regulations to the Bible which just aren't there.

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